Chicken rice and porridge is my Favourite in Bedok hawker , fresh ingredient and taste is so good 😊
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When my visitor landed at Changi Airport during dinner time, I picked her up & brought her straight to this very local food center (a hidden treasure) which is not commercialised like Newton Circus or Old Airport. A key reason is that accessibility is only...More
Including the most Chinese hawker dishes like fried kway teow, fried oyster omelette, fried carrot cake (Soon Lee is better than Green Sky), chicken rice and BBQ seafood. Also wide variety of Malay dishes. Good non halal stalls of hokkien prawn Mee. Cuttlefish Kang kong...
Was between meetings the other day so stopped off here for a quick bite to eat. Very nice satay with delicious sauce. As with all centres - no air conditioning and basic communal tables. Cheap and filled the void in my stomach. Not to noisy...More
I've been patronising the stalls at Bedok Corner for many years now. I love the variety of local dishes and most of them taste really good. Malek Satay has the best tasting satay. There is a stall selling local snacks & kuihs. If you're lucky,...More
A plate starts from $3. They are fast and good. Try it yourself. The 2nd stall from the main entrance. I like it without chili and tauge (beansprout).
No aircon so during the day can be quite hot so this place is best at night. A lot of yuppies with motorbikes and youngsters likes to dine here too. Lots of eateries and great choices from Indian rojak to seafood to western and if...More
Its ur local hawker ctr with different varieties of food. Lots of muslim/halal stalls to satisfy yr taste buds. Price wise is average to slightly exspensive. Once a while its ok to eat here but not always...overall rating 6.5.
If you are craving for fried noodles in the east side of Singapore. This is a must try place. Expect for a long queue. The Bedok Corner Hokkien Mee, see the photo. The noodles are prepared really good. There are lots of good noodle places...More